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Overwhelming response: woman whose wheelchair was stolen

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Public responds after woman's motorized wheelchair is stolen Public responds after woman's motorized wheelchair is stolen
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -

We've seen time and time again the generosity of people in the tri-state.

And we're seeing it again in response to the story of Stacey Jeanne Dalton.

Dalton says her motorized wheelchair was stolen from outside her home in Evansville on Monday afternoon.

We have received more than a dozen calls, many e-mails and Facebook messages from people offering to donate a chair to Dalton. 

We hope to bring you an update on that Friday.

Since it appears there will be more chairs than Dalton can use, we're checking with local organizations to see if any of the extras can be donated to those in need.

In the meantime, the Stacey Jeanne Dalton medical fund has been set up at the Old National Bank on Main Street.

If you are interested, donations can be made at any ONB branch. 

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